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No. 22 Cal Heads to Third-Straight West Regional
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  06/21/1999

May 19, 1999

Teeing Off in Tucson
Riding a string of three Top 5 finishes, the No. 22 California mens golf team heads to Tucson, Ariz., and the Omni Tucson National Golf Resort (Par-72, 7,087) for the 1999 NCAA West Regional Golf Tournament, May 20-22. The Golden Bears, who finished fourth at last years West Regional up the road in Tempe, Ariz., will be looking to secure the programs fifth overall NCAA Championship berth and fourth of the current decade.

1999 West Regional - May 20-22 Host: Arizona - Course: Tucson National

The Format
The 1999 West Regional will follow a 54-hole format with 18 holes played each day beginning Thursday, May 20 and concluding with the third and final round on Saturday, May 22. Play begins at 7:00 a.m. form the No. 1 and 10 tees each day of the tournament with the last tee time of the day slated for 9:00 a.m. Teams are comprised of five players with the four lowest scores from each round counting towards the team total.

Whats at Stake
The Top 9 teams along with the Top 2 individuals not on one of those nine teams will advance to the NCAA Championship, June 2-5 at the Hazeltine national Golf Club in Chaska, Minn.

The Field
With 15 of the 18 teams participating in the 1999 NCAA West Regional ranked among the MasterCard Collegiate Golf Foundation Top 50, including eight of the Top 25, the West may be the deepest and most competitive Regional in the country. In addition to No. 22 Cal, defending champion and 2nd-ranked UNLV, Pac-10 Champion and 5th-ranked Arizona State, No. 14 Washington, No. 15 BYU, No. 17 New Mexico, No. 18 Oregon, and No. 24 UCLA will be vying to finish in the Top 9 and advance to next months NCAA Championship. The other 10 teams competing at the Regional are: No. 28 Stanford, No. 30 Pepperdine, No. 35 Colorado State, No. 36 Fresno State, No. 37 Oregon State, No. 40 USC, No. 42 San Diego State, Arizona, Texas-El Paso and UC Santa Barbara.

Cal vs. The Field
According to Golfstats May 11 head-to-head rankings, the Golden Bears enter the 1999 NCAA West Regional with a 139-44-3 overall record and a 34-27-1 mark versus this years West Regional field. The following is a look at how the Bears have faired against West Regional qualifiers this season: Arizona 3-1-1; Arizona St. 0-3, BYU 1-3; Colo. St. 3-0; Fresno St. 3-1; New Mexico 2-1; Oregon 1-5; Oregon St. 4-2; Pepperdine 1-1; San Diego St. 2-2; Stanford 3-3; Texas-El Paso 2-0; UCLA 0-2; UCSB 4-0; UNLV 0-2; USC 2-0; Washington 3-2.

Cals Lineup
Head coach Steve Desimone has yet to finalize the Bears playing order for this weeks NCAA West Regional, however the following five individuals have been selected to represent Cal. Heres a quick look at Cals probable lineup and each players corresponding stats:

   Player           YR  98-99 Rounds  Strokes   Avg.  Low  Top Finish
1. Dan Arroyo       SR      31          2243   72.4    68      t3
2. Dan Coyle        SR      36          2614   72.6    64      t4
3. Han Lee          JR      33          2399   72.7    67       2
4. Robert Hamilton  JR      27          1979   73.3    65       6
5. Dong Yi          JR      36          2641   73.4    65      t2
Last Year at the West Regional
The California mens golf team earned its third berth in the NCAA Mens Golf Championship in the 90s with a fourth place finish in the NCAA West Regional at ASUs Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz. Cal, which entered third and final round tied for eighth place in the last qualification position, mastered the Karsten course with a combined total of even-par 288 to secure its NCAA Championship berth. Cals 54-hole total of 10-over-par 874 placed it in a two-way tie with Arizona, 16 strokes behind New Mexico and Arizona State, which finished in a dead heat atop the team leader board at 6-under-par 858.

Individually, the Bears were led by All-Pac-10 first team performer Dan Arroyo, who carded a 2-under-par 70 during the third round to finish tied for 14th at even-par 216. Dan Coyle, who shot a final-round 72, ended up tied for 23rd at 2-over 218, with Adam Ainbinder and Han Lee finishing tied for 31st overall at 4-over 220.

More Recently
California combined to fire a final round score of 3-over-par 287 to finish the U.S. Intercollegiate in fourth place with a three-round total of 14-over 866. Brigham Young took the team title with a score of even-par 852. Oregon, at 10-over 862, and Stanford, at 11-over 863 finished in second and third, respectively. Dan Coyle, who tied a Cal record for lowest round with his opening round 64, was the Bears top finisher tying for 18. Dan Arroyo tied for 20th with Robert Hamilton tying for 23rd.

Statistically Speaking
According to Golfstat, California owns the third-best Adjusted Scoring Average in the Field at 72.94 strokes per round. The Regionals lowest ASA belongs to UNLV (72.58), followed by BYU (72.61) in second. Arizona St. (72.96) ranks fourth with New Mexico (73.10) fifth.

Finishing Strong
As they did last week at the U.S Intercollegiate, Cal is beginning to make a habit of hot finishes. At the Pac-10s, after shooting a combined 43-over during the opening two rounds, the Bears finally got a handle of the Broadmoor Country Club course, posting the lowest team scores of both the third and fourth rounds. Cal suffered the same fate at ASU just a week earlier, starting out in a hole at 5-over after round one only to shoot a combined 17-under during the final two rounds. In their 11 tournaments this season, the Bears have shown improvement by the third round eight times, although none as dramatically as the 25-stroke swing Cal made between rounds two and three at the Pac-10s.

Top Five or Bust
Cal has made its living finishing in the Top 5 this season. Entering the 1999 NCAA West Regional, the Golden Bears have placed fifth or better in nine of 12 tournaments, including three wins. Last season, Cal also claimed three tournament titles, however, the Bears were a much less consistent squad, registering Top 5 finishes in only six of 12 tournaments.

Bears on the Brink
With three Top 5 finishes in their last three outings, including a third at the ASU/Thunderbird, a fifth at the Pac-10s and a fourth at last weeks U.S. Intercollegiate, the Golden Bears appear to be poised to make a strong run a the West Regionals top spot. Consistency will be the key for Cal, as the Bears have shown a propensity for starting slow only to register the tournaments low score in the following round.

Han Regains Hot Hand
The hottest Cal golfer during the fall with a 71.8 stroke average, Han Lee went into a funk this spring with no Top 20 finishes until last week at the Pac-10 Championship. Lee, however, appears to have found his early season form last week in Seattle, where he was the Bears most consistent golfer, carding rounds of 73-72-67-70 to tied for sixth place among individuals. Lees performance also earned him second team All-Pac-10 honors, as named by the coaches on April 30th.

Team Stroke Average Decends
Despite Cals mid-season struggles, the Bears team stoke average continues to be improved over last season. Through 12 tournaments so far this year, Cal has combined for a 73.02 stroke average over 188 individual rounds of golf. That average is a full stroke lower that the Bears combined for during the 1997-98 season when they average 74.02 over 178 rounds.

Threes a Crowd
Excuse the Bears if they are not too impressed with their three tournament victories so far this season but theyve done it before. Last season, Cal claimed victories at the Falcon Invitational, Pacific Invitational and the International Intercollegiate, tying the 1990 team for the only squads in school history to post three tournament victories in a single season. And though Cal is in the best two-year run in school history, the Bears would really like to pick up a fourth title and have the single-season record all to themselves.

Balanced Attack
Individually, the Bears continued to add to their string of Top 10 finishes at the Pac-10 Championship, as Han Lee tied for sixth place among Individuals. Though Cal has been unable to produce an individual medalist, six of seven golfers have registered at least one Top 10 finish so far this season. Dan Arroyo, Dan Coyle, Han Lee and Dong Yi lead have posted three each with Yis second at the Fresno Classic leading the way. Robert Hamilton has produced two Top 10 finishes, while Josh Levin has notched one. Overall, Cal has had a Top 10 finisher in seven of its 11 tournaments.

Pac-10 Praise
In a vote of Pac-10 coaches, the conference named two Golden Bears, Dan Arroyo and Han Lee, to its 1999 All-Conference team. For Arroyo, a senior from Walnut Creek who boasts the Bears best 1998-99 stroke average at 72.4 over 31 rounds, its is the second-consecutive season that he has been tabbed to the Pac-10s first team. Lee, a junior from Cerritos who was Cals top golfer during the fall and finished tied for sixth at the Pac-10 Championship, was a second team selection. It is the first time he has been honored by the Pac-10. Last season, Cal had three players receive conference honors.

Nice Recovery
Dan Arroyo, who missed Cals outings at the Western Intercollegiate and ASU Thunderbird Invitational with a hand injury, showed little effects of the injury at the Pac-10 Championship. After opening with a solid 69 opening round, fatigue caught up with Arroyo during round two as the senior struggled with a 79. However, Arroyo regained his form in time to shoot 1-over in the final two rounds to finish up tied for 18th. For the year, Arroyo owns the Bears top stroke average (72.4 over 31 rounds) and has seven Top 20, three Top 10 and a Top 5 finish in nine appearances.

Wrap it Up
Cals top finisher at the Western Intercollegiate and the Thunderbird Invitational, junior Robert Hamilton, is beginning to show a flare for late season charges. After not being able to crack the Bears starting five until Cals third tournament of the fall, the Sacramento State-transfer posted a pair of Top 10 finishes at the two fall finales at Missouri and Fresno with a stroke average of 71.7 over his final six rounds. This spring, Hamilton again started slow but appears to be turning it up at just the right time. Hamilton finished a team-best 17th at the Western Intercollegiate two weeks ago, then posted a sixth at ASU, averaging 72.4 strokes per round in those events.

Dan Arroyo - 6-0, 175 - Senior
Walnut Creek, CA - (Minn./Northgate HS)
Spring 1999 - An amazingly consistent golfer who brings team-best season stroke average of 72.4 into West Regional ... earned first team All-Pac-10 honors for the second season in a row ... saw action if five of Cals seven spring tournament after not missing an event during the fall ... pulled out of Western Intercollegiate and did not play at ASU/Thunderbird Invitational due to stress injury in left hand ... top finish of spring came at Pacific Coast Intercollegiate where he tied for sixth at 73-75-68-216 (E) ... his third-round 68 at Pacific Coast was his lowest round of spring ... also shot a 68 at the Pac-10 Championship ... closed out the spring with a pair of Top 20 finishes at the Pac-10s (18th) and U.S. Intercollegiate (20th).

1998-99 Quick Stats

Average: 72.4 Rounds: 31 Low: 68 (twice) Best Finish: t3 (Missouri Bluffs) Top 5 Finishes : 1 Top 10 Finishes: 3 Top 20 Finishes: 7

Arroyo 1998-99 Tournament By Tournament Results Event (par) Rounds Total Avg Low Finish Falcon Invite (72) 71-74-71 216 72.0 71 t12 Pacific Invite (72) 74-71-73 218 72.7 71 t34 Husky Invite (72) 75-72-74 221 73.6 72 t19 Missouri Inter (71) 70-69-71 210 70.0 69 t3 Fresno Lexus (72) 71-72-74 217 72.3 71 t7 John Burns (72) 76-71-76 218 72.7 71 t26 Pac. Coast (72) 73-75-68 216 72.0 68 t6 Golf Digest (72) 74-76-71 221 73.7 71 t32 West. Inter. (70) WD-WD WD WD WD WD Pac-10 (70) 69-79-68-73 289 72.3 68 t18 US Inter (71) 72-73-72 217 72.3 72 t20

Totals/Bests 31 rds 2243 72.4 68 t3

Dan Coyle - 5-11, 158 - Senior
Dundalk, Ireland - (St. Marys HS)
Spring 1999 - Along with teammate Dong Yi, one of only two Golden Bears to appear in all 12 tournaments ... boasts a season stroke average of 72.6 over 36 rounds, second best on the team ... top finish of the spring came at the Pacific Coast Invitational, where he tied for fourth ... posted best three-round total, however in the spring opener in Hawaii at the John Burnes Invitational, shooting 72-72-67- 211 (-5) to tie for 18th ... in all, finished in the Top 20 in four of seven spring events ... tied a Cal record set a career-low score at the U.S. Intercollegiate, carding a 64 during the opening round of play ... closed out the regular season with a Top 20 finishes at the Pac-10s (20th) and U.S. Intercollegiate (18th).

1998-99 Quick Stats

Average: 72.6 Rounds: 36 Low: 64 (U.S. Intercollegiate) Best Finish: t4 (Pacific Coast) Top 5 Finishes : 2 Top 10 Finishes: 3 Top 20 Finishes: 7

Coyle 1998-99 Tournament By Tournament Results Event (par) Rounds Total Avg Low Finish Falcon Invite (72) 71-69-74 215 71.7 69 t5 Pacific Invite (72) 75-70-73 218 72.7 70 t34 Husky Invite (72) 75-75-72 222 74.0 72 t21 Missouri Inter (71) 75-68-69 212 70.7 68 t6 Fresno Lexus (72) 74-76-70 220 73.3 70 t14 John Burns (72) 72-72-67 211 70.3 67 t18 Pac. Coast (72) 70-73-70 213 71.0 70 t4 Golf Digest (72) 75-74-75 224 74.7 74 t42 West. Inter. (70) 80-72 152 76.0 72 t24 T-Bird Invite (72) 74-74-73 221 73.6 73 t43 Pac-10 (70) 74-74-75-67 290 72.5 67 t20 US Inter (71) 64-80-72 216 72.0 64 t18

Totals/Bests 36 rds 2614 72.6 64 t4

Robert Hamilton - 6-2, 180 - Junior
Sacramento, CA - (Sac. State/Jesuit HS)
Spring 1999 - A tournament-tested player who can medal at any time ... has yet to finish as medalist yet this season after winning four tournaments as a sophomore an one as a freshman ... shot an average of 73.4 in nine tournaments this season ... appeared in every spring tournament, except the Golf Digest Invitational ... best individual finish came at ASU/Thunderbird Invitational where he shot 74-65-73-212 (-4) to finish tied for sixth ... his second-round 65 at ASU was a new course record in competitive play (broken the next day, however) ... was also the Bears top finisher at the Western Intercollegiate tying for 17th ... placed 23rd at the Pac-10.

1998-99 Quick Stats

Average: 73.4
Rounds: 24
Low: 65 (ASI/Thunderbird)
Best Finish: 6 (Fresno Lexus)
Top 5 Finishes : none
Top 10 Finishes: 2
Top 20 Finishes: 4

Hamilton 1998-99 Tournament By Tournament Results Event (par) Rounds Total Avg Low Finish Husky Invite (72) 77-80-72 229 76.3 72 t39 Missouri Inter (71) 70-74-71 215 71.7 70 t15 Fresno Lexus (72) 72-71-72 215 71.7 71 6 John Burns (72) 73-76-71 220 73.3 71 t56 Pac. Coast (72) 74-76-73 223 74.3 73 t31 West. Inter (70) 79-71 150 75.0 72 t17 T-Bird Invite (72) 74-65-73 212 70.7 65 t6 Pac-10 (70) 78-74-78-67 297 74.3 67 t39 US Inter (71) 76-72-70 218 72.7 70 t23

Totals/Bests 24 rds 1761 73.4 65 6

Han Lee - 6-2, 190 - Junior
Cerritos, CA - (Cerritos HS)
Spring 1999 - Earned second team All-Pac-10 accolades after tying for sixth a the Pac-10 Championships ... finished the regular season with the Bears third-best stroke average, 72.7 ... leads Cal with six Top 20 finishes ... saw action in all but one tournament this spring ... top finish was at the Pac-10s where he shot 73-72-67-70-282 ... had a low score of 5-under 67 at the John Burns Invitational during open round of spring ... also had solid outings at the Western Intercollegiate (t24) and ASU/Thunderbird Invitational (t29).

1998-99 Quick Stats

Average: 72.7
Rounds: 33
Low Round: 67 (twice)
Best Finish: 2 (Falcon Invitational)
Top 5 Finishes : 1
Top 10 Finishes: 3
Top 20 Finishes: 6

Lee 1998-99 Tournament By Tournament Results Event (par) Rounds Total Avg Low Finish Falcon Invite (72) 70-72-69 211 70.3 69 2 Pacific Invite (72) 68-69-74 211 70.3 68 t7 Husky Invite (72) 74-71-74 219 73.0 71 t14 Missouri Inter (71) 74-72-70 216 72.0 70 t20 Fresno Lexus (72) 74-76-70 220 73.3 70 t14 John Burns (72) 67-73-73 214 71.3 67 t27 Golf Digest (72) 79-76-76 231 77.0 76 t62 West. Inter. (70) 73-79 152 76.0 73 t24 T-Bird Invite (72) 72-77-69 218 72.6 69 t29 Pac-10 (70) 73-72-67-70 282 70.5 67 t6 US Inter (71) 75-74-76 225 75.0 74 t48 Totals/Bests 33 rds 2399 72.7 67 2

Dong Yi - 5-8, 150 - Junior
Alameda, CA - (Alameda HS)
Spring 1999 - One of only two Golden Bears to play in all 12 tournaments this season ... tied with Robert Hamilton for fourth-best season stroke average, 73.4 ... had best outing at the ASU/Thunderbird Invitational where he tied for sixth at 78-67-67-212 (-4) ... also tied for 12th at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate ... carded five sub-10 rounds during spring, including a season-low 65 during round three at the Pac-10 Championship.

1998-99 Quick Stats

Average: 73.4 Rounds: 36 Low Round: 65 (Pac-10) Best Finish: t2 (Fresno Lexus) Top 5 Finishes : 2 Top 10 Finishes: 3 Top 20 Finishes: 4

Yi 1998-99 Tournament By Tournament Results Event (par) Rounds Total Avg Low Finish Falcon Invite (72) 68-70-75 213 71.0 68 t3 Pacific Invite (72) 71-70-76 217 72.3 68 t30 Husky Invite (72) 72-74-76 222 74.0 72 t21 Missouri Inter (71) 71-76-74 221 73.7 71 t42 Fresno Lexus (72) 72-70-72 214 71.3 70 t2 John Burns (72) 74-78-69 221 73.7 69 t60 Pac. Coast (72) 69-76-74 220 73.3 69 t12 Golf Digest (72) 74-81-71 226 75.3 71 t47 West. Inter. (70) 78-77 155 77.5 77 t44 T-Bird Invite (72) 78-67-67 212 70.7 67 t6 Pac-10 (70) 79-79-65-75 298 74.5 65 t42 US Inter (71) 75-74-73 222 74.0 73 t34 Totals/Bests 36 rds 2641 73.4 65 t2

Head Coach Steve Desimone
Steve Desimone is in his 20th season as the head coach of the Golden Bears. A 1970 Cal graduate and former member of the basketball team, Desimone led the Bears to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA West Regional last season. He has now taken Cal to six NCAA West Regionals (90, 93, 95, 97, 98 and 99) as well as a pair of appearance NCAA championships (95 and 98). Since Desimone has been at the helm, the golf program has produced four All-Americans.

Cal Golf Tournament-by-Tournament

Falcon-Cross Creek Invitational - Par 72
Sept. 11-13, 1998

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. California 278-285-289 852 -12 2. Illinois 294-289-275 858 -6

Rk. Individual Score Total 2. Han Lee (Cal) 70-72-69 211 -5 t3. Dong Yi (Cal) 68-70-75 213 -3 5. Dan Coyle (Cal) 71-69-74 215 -1 12. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 71-74-71 216 E t41. Josh Levin (Cal) 69-78-75 222 +6

Pacific Invitational - Par 72 Sept. 21-22, 1998

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. North Texas 275-283-280 838 -26 5. California 283-280-296 859 -5

Rk. Individual Score Total t7. Han Lee (Cal) 68-69-74 211 -5 t30. Dong Yi (Cal) 71-70-76 217 +1 t34. Dan Coyle (Cal) 75-70-73 218 +2 t34. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 74-71-73 218 +2 t54. Josh Levin (Cal) 70-76-76 222 +6

Husky Invitational - Par 72 Sept. 28-29, 1998

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. Oregon N/A 1091 +11 5. California 372-367-368 1107 +27

Rk. Individual Score Total t14. Han Lee (Cal) 74-71-74 219 +3 t19. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 75-72-74 221 +5 t21. Dong Yi (Cal) 72-74-76 222 +6 t21. Dan Coyle (Cal) 75-75-72 222 +6 38. Jay Berkowitz (Cal) 76-75-77 228 +12 t39. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 77-80-72 229 +13

Missouri Bluffs Intercollegiate - Par 71 Oct. 11-12, 1998

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. Baylor 287-279-279 845 -7 t3. California 285-283-281 849 -3

Rk. Individual Score Total t3. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 70-69-71 210 -3 t6. Dan Coyle (Cal) 75-68-69 212 -1 t15. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 70-74-71 215 +2 t20. Han Lee (Cal) 74-72-70 216 +3 t42. Dong Yi (Cal) 71-76-74 221 +8

Fresno Lexus Classic - Par 72 Oct. 16-17, 1998

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. California 285-286-284 855 -9 2. BYU 293-279-287 859 -5

Rk. Individual Score Total 1. Ray Otis (Nev.) 74-71-68 213 -3 t2. Dong YI (Cal) 72-70-72 214 -2 6. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 72-71-72 215 -1 t7. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 71-72-74 217 +1 t7. Josh Levin (Cal) 70-73-74 217 +1 t14. Dan Coyle (Cal) 74-76-70 220 +4 t14. Han Lee (Cal) 74-76-70 220 +4

John Burns Invitational - Par 72 Feb. 17-19, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. UNLV 282-276-274 832 -32 8. California 287-292-279 857 -7

Rk. Individual Score Total t18. Dan Coyle (Cal) 72-72-67 211 -5 t27. Han Lee (Cal) 67-73-73 214 -2 t46. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 76-71-71 218 +2 t56. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 73-76-71 220 +4 t60. Dong Yi (Cal) 74-78-69 221 +5

Pacific Coast Intercollegiate - Par 72 March 4-5, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. California 282-298-285 865 +1 2. UCSB 288-293-286 867 +3 2. Oregon St. 282-294-291 867 +3

Rk. Individual Score Total t4. Dan Coyle (Cal) 70-73-70 213 -3 t6. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 73-75-68 216 E t12. Dong YI (Cal) 69-76-74 219 +3 t16. Jay Berkowitz (Cal) 70-74-76 220 +4 t31. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 74-76-73 223 +7

Golf Digest Invitational - Par 72 March 12-14, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. UNLV 298-281-276 855 -9 13. California 301-302-293 896 +32

Rk. Individual Score Total t32. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 74-76-71 221 +5 t42. Dan Coyle (Cal) 75-74-75 224 +8 t47. Dong Yi (Cal) 74-81-71 226 +10 t62. Han Lee (Cal) 79-76-76 231 +15 t62. Jay Berkowitz (Cal) 78-76-77 231 +15

Western Intercollegiate - Par 70 April 5-6, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. Washington 299-285 584 +24 7. California 310-299 609 +49

Rk. Individual Score Total t17. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 79-71 150 +10 t24. Han Lee (Cal) 73-79 152 +12 t24. Dan Coyle (Cal) 80-72 152 +12 t44. Dong Yi (Cal) 78-77 155 +15 WD. Dan Arroyo (Cal)

ASU/T-Bird Invitational - Par 72 April 17-18, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. Arizona St. 280-279-275 834 -30 3. California 293-279-280 852 -12

Rk. Individual Score Total t6. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 74-65-73 212 -4 t6. Dong Yi (Cal) 78-67-67 212 -4 t22. Jay Berkowitz (Cal) 73-73-71 217 +1 t29. Han Lee (Cal) 72-77-69 218 +2 t43. Dan Coyle (Cal) 74-74-73 221 +5

Pac-10 Championship - Par 70 April 26-28, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. Arizona St. 348-349-356-350 1403 +3 5. California 369-374-349-349 1441 +41

Rk. Individual Score Total t6. Han Lee (Cal) 73-72-67-70 282 +2 t18. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 69-79-68-73 289 +9 t20. Dan Coyle (Cal) 74-74-75-67 290 +10 t37. Jay Berkowitz (Cal) 75-75-74-72 296 +16 t39. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 78-74-78-67 297 +17 t42. Dong Yi (Cal) 79-79-65-75 298 +18

U.S. Intercollegiate - Par 70 May 7-9, 1999

Rk Team Score Total +/- Par 1. BYU 295-272-285 852 E 4. California 286-293-287 866 +14

Rk. Individual Score Total t6. Dan Coyle (Cal) 64-80-72 216 +2 t6. Dan Arroyo (Cal) 72-73-72 217 +3 t22. Robert Hamilton (Cal) 76-72-70 218 +4 t29. Dong Yi (Cal) 75-74-73 222 +8 t43. Han Lee (Cal) 75-74-76 225 +11


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